The sketch show’s latest parody of emotionally distant men had a surprising amount of heart.
The sketch show’s pretaped segments are outshining its live comedy.
The show has seemed stuck in a rut lately; this week’s host brought some much-needed eccentricity.
The show delivered a moving goodbye to the 11-season veteran during its Christmas episode last night.
Even two comedy legends couldn’t help the show.
The show finally got satire right ... with the help of Hello Kitty.
During his appearance on Saturday Night Live, the comedian opened by addressing Ye’s and Kyrie Irving’s anti-Semitic statements.
Cecily Strong used a bait-and-switch trick to deliver sharp commentary on abortion rights.
The return of the cheery Tom Hanks character let SNL lean into the anarchic comedy of a sketch that makes little sense.
Megan Thee Stallion’s charisma brought her sketches to another level—and emphasized the blandness of the rest of the show.
Last night’s episode featured a limp sketch about the Try Guys’ drama—underscoring how the show flounders when it just rehashes internet culture instead of being original.
The Black cast members reveled in the historic moment, kicking off an episode full of spark and joy.
The Oscars Slap was low-hanging comedic fruit, and the show lunged at it. But there was nothing left to say.
The show delivered incisive commentary by hewing close to shoppers’ realities—and adding a small dose of horror.
The show acknowledged the crisis in Ukraine while sticking to its comfort zone. Then it made a turn to the bizarre.
The show has struggled to tackle the grimness of recent events. Last night, John Mulaney proved to be an ideal host.
Last night’s episode addressed Ukraine and Russia, but the result was less insightful political satire than proof that the show’s writers read the internet.
The former cast member Will Forte brought eccentric comedy to last night’s show, and it was a relief.
SNL’s inaugural episode of 2022 turned to dark, and often awkward, absurdity to explain our exasperating moment.
The show just aired one of its strangest and bleakest episodes, courtesy of the Omicron variant.